Free Press Journal
  • Finance Minister to inaugurate BRICS meet on arbitration

    New Delhi:  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will inaugurate BRICS conference on arbitration on August 27 which will deliberate on ideas and insights regarding dispute resolution mechanism among the 5 emerging nations that form the group.

  • Two-day convention to bolster Indo-US trade

    Mumbai : As the South Block gets ready to welcome its White House counterparts for the upcoming India-US strategic and commercial dialogue, Indian officials will already have a set of key takeaways presented to them by Indo-US deliberation.

  • GST unlikely to come into force by 2018: Deputy Speaker

    BHOPAL : Deputy speaker of the state Assembly, Rajendra Singh, initiating the debate on the Bill to endorse the constitutional amendment for introducing GST in the state assembly said he doubted that GST would come into force during the term of the current BJP government.

  • Scottish cagers, Cathedral begin with win

    Mumbai : Christ Church, Mumbai fashioned a 2-0 win over Hutchings, Pune to storm into the football semis, in All Maharashtra Anglo-Indian Schools in India football and basketball tournament. Christ Church registered second consecutive win to remain second in Pool ‘B’ behind Bishop’s, Camp, Pune who also qualified for the last four. Cathedral & John Connon raced to their second straight win as they routed Bishop’s, Undri 8-0 in Pool ‘A’. In

  • Janmashtami celebrations at ISKCON

    Lord Krishna’s birth, Janmashtami, is celebrated with much fan-fare across the country. Keeping with the festive fervor, ISKCON temples all over the world are preparing for elaborate Janmashtami celebration.

  • PM seeks info on flood situation

    BHOPAL: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during Pragati Video Conferencing on Wednesday, sought information about condition of flood in the state. Modi discussed on damage caused due to flood and centre’s aid with chief secretary Antony de Sa.  The chief secretary apprised Modi that 31 out of 51 districts across the state have been affected due to excessive rains.